What does the story of people refusing a banquet invitation and other people being invited in tell us about the welcome of God. How will it shape our life in the world today. Sharon shares a message that is close to her heart
In this short teaching Dave Roberts will help you explore why Jesus instructed his disciples to eat with their hosts and eat what was put in front of them. (Luke 10). These seemingly mundane instructions have a wealth of meaning and speak to us about how we embody the hospitality of God in our present day lives
In another of our teachings on our foundational values Caroline shares about how we approach the Bible, the written down version of the story of Mankind and God. This sermon is key to understanding how we seek to be transformed in the pattern of our thinking.
At the core of our faith is the idea that we follow a God of welcome, generosity and hospitality. It is a core value for us at Mosaic. Sharon shares some of the biblical framework that undergirds our commitment to this truth.
Not just the name of our venue but the defining trait that we understand to be at the heart of the Character of God, shown to us in Jesus and enabled in us by the Holy Spirit. Ruth takes us on a journey of understanding
As Mosaic starts to meet in a new venue Dave Roberts reflects on what it means to dwell with God in the places where we find and create community, how we dwell in God and how we dwell on God. These are key values as we seek to understand what it means to experience the presence of God
Why does Peter use the image of the cornerstone. How does he describe the role and identity of the early church? What does this mean for us today, both personally and as a community? (With impromptu singalong to old church songs, not scripted!)
Jesus was taken to the temple to be dedicated. The response from Simeon & Anna tells us a great deal about the hope for a Messiah and how the ministry of Jesus would unfold. With practical application to life today
Last in the book of philippians. Dave Roberts Leads, Sharon Roberts Speaks. Contentment comes from our God in whom we trust. Conventional vs Biblical wisdom.
We are not created to find contentment in material things. Our contentment can only come as we rest in Jesus.
Steve Blundell teaches - Real unity happens when our hearts and minds are united in the gospel for the sake of the gospel.
See Timothy and Epaphroditus? Sending out the 72?
What steps will I take to further the gospel this week? Can I do this with someone else as well?